Deontay Wilder Confronts Tyson Fury In Belfast, Real Or Fake?

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The undefeated heavyweight champion was present at the weigh-ins, in the Northern Irish city, for Fury's second comeback fight in Belfast on Saturday night and was caught on camera having a furious confrontation with the former champ.

Tyson Fury fights Francesco Pianeta on Saturday night as he continues his comeback on the heavyweight scene. Wilder will be ringside for the fight, and a November bout between him and Fury is expected to be announced immediately afterward.

So, it could be real or could not be. but one thing's for sure, it's a hell of a lot of fun.

"Ireland, I'm here baby", Wilder said in a message on social media after the incident.

Wilder shouted "Bomb Squad" as Fury took to the scales on Friday afternoon but Fury's father, John, took umbrage with the interruption and let "The Bronze Bomber" know all about it.

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The two similarly shouted at each other, and also had to be separated before the threat of violence grew, even if Wilder consistently remained calm.

"Joshua's old news, the new kid in town is Fury".

It certainly seems like Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury are on a heavyweight collision course.

Fury has returned to his usual fighting weight after ballooning up to 27 stone in his time away from the ring, weighing in at 18st 6lbs ahead of his clash with Francesco Pianeta.

Footage taken from the reception shows Wilder screaming: "I'll knock you out" at Fury with a crowd of people between them. Local fighter Carl Frampton weighed in at 126lbs for his main event world featherweight title bout with Luke Jackson.

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